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Re: NSE output verbosity (p2p-conficker)
From: Kris Katterjohn <katterjohn () gmail com>
Date: Wed, 03 Jun 2009 19:25:40 -0500

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Fyodor wrote:
Another idea is to make it easy for scripts to tell if they were
specified by name on the command line.  Then they could increase their
personal verbosity level a couple points.  That way the detailed
p2p-conficker results could only be printed if -vv or if the user
specified something like "--script p2p-conficker" on the command line,
but not for a default script scan.  The theory behind this is that
someone who specifies p2p-conficker on the command line is showing a
particular interest in that script and likely wants to see proof that
it has run, etc.  But someone who just gets p2p-conficker by default
is less likely to want an "all clean" report from every default
script.


I like this idea!  I agree that calling a script specifically can be a real
sign of a desire for increased output.

Cheers,
-F


Thanks,
Kris Katterjohn

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